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Herzlich Willkommen im Fachgebiet Exergiebasierte Methoden für kältetechnische Systeme/ Welcome to the chair of Exergy-based methods for refrigeration systems
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The chair „Exergy-based methods for refrigeration systems“ has been established in October 2013 in the frame of the Berlin Program for the enhancement of opportunities for women in research and teaching (Berliner Programm zur Förderung der Chancengleichheit von Frauen in Forschung und Lehre).
Research focuses on the application of exergy-based methods to improve the thermodynamic, economic and environmental performance of:
• systems associated with the chain “natural gas – LNG – natural gas” (i.e., processes for the liquefaction of natural gas and the regasification of LNG);
• supply of cold;
• alternative refrigeration processes for sustainable industrial and commercial applications
• smart energy supply and use in industrial parks including cryogenic systems.
This work is conducted in close collaboration with the Chairs “Energy Engineering and Protection of the Environment"  (Prof. Dr.-Ing. G. Tsatsaronis) and “Mechanical and Systems Engineering”  (Prof. Dr.-Ing. F. Ziegler).
Prof. Morozyuk is study dean of four programmes:
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PEESE - Process, Energy, and Environmental Systems Engineering - http://www.peese.tu-berlin.de/menue/home/ 
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TU Berlin Campus El Gouna - "Energy Engineering", “Master Business Engineering”, “IT for Energy” - http://www.campus-elgouna.tu-berlin.de/energy/v_menu/department_of_energy_engineering/ 
Energies Special Issues
Exergoeconomic Analysis of Thermal Systems 
New Horizons for Low-Temperature Engineering: From Refrigeration to Cryogenics 
Frontiers in Energy Research Special Issue
Recent advances and outlook in solar heating, cooling, and solar hybrid systems 
Dynamics Special Issue
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Recent Contributions of Female Scientists to Thermodynamics